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Howie Rose is a sportscaster who has been the New York Mets radio announcer since 1995. He lives in Woodbury, New York. Phil Pepe is the author of more than 50 books on sports, including The Yankees: An Authorized History of the New York Yankees, Few and Chosen Yankees: Defining Yankee Greatness Across the Eras, as well as a biography of Yogi Berra, and collaborations with New York Yankee legends Mickey Mantle, Billy Martin, and Whitey Ford. He was the Yankees beat writer for the New York Daily News from 1968 through 1981 and is a past president of the Baseball Writers Association of America. He lives in Englewood, New Jersey. Marv Albert was the voice of the New York Knicks for parts of five decades and has been the play-by-play man for numerous NBA Finals, World Series, Super Bowls, and Stanley Cups. He lives in New York City.
With hard work and a few good words from Marv Albert.
He not only goes into his story, but he gives lots of "behind the scene" stories of Met players and managers that make for a great read for fans.
As one who shared these memories, a GREAT read and an accurate HOME RUN, from PS 77 - to - Shea - to - Citi!
The book was OK as a history of the mets. But I felt it was more like Howie Rose story.Published 1 month ago by James m O'Brien Jr
Really enjoyed reading Howie Rose's perspective of my favorite (for better or worse!) baseball team. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Richard Backofen
Howie Rose tells the stories of the Mets and its a treat for someone who grew listing to him on the radio.Published 10 months ago by AG Harris IV